News In Brief: Vtesse Broadband, Amobee Media Systems, Synchronica, Bytemobile

Vtesse Broadband, the broadband arm of Vtesse Networks, has deployed FTTH kit from Keymile to offer 1Gbps services to residents in a small UK town via Ethernet connections.
 
Mobile advertising firm Amobee Media Systems has launched a new proximity marketing service that combines regular outdoor media with mobile technologies to offer advertisers a full range of campaign feedback.
 
Contracts with five carriers and two handset makers in the final quarter of 2010 helped messaging firm Synchronica grow full year revenues 86% to $11 million (€8.1 million).
 
Bytemobile claims an updated network capacity product can help carriers boost their current capacity by 50%. The latest Unison product is also compatible with streaming media and HD content.

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